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Have there ever been 25 or more stars on Wonder Woman's "panties"?

Assuming you always count the swimsuit-style bottom as "panties", then, yes, on at least one cover (Wonder Woman #63 from 1992), Wonder Woman has not only had more than 25 stars, she's has more than ...
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Did the writers of Wonder Woman have some kind of fetish for bondage, in the early comics?

It was all Charles Moulton (pen name of psychologist William Moulton Marston). Here's a brief article touching on his ideas in that regard. A couple of quotes: Through his psychological research, ...
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Have there ever been 25 or more stars on Wonder Woman's "panties"?

Lynda Carter's costume from the 1970s Wonder Woman/The New Adventures of Wonder Woman had at least that many stars:
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Where is Themyscira located?

Like every other place in the comics world, it's "nowhere in particular"; in fact, what we saw in the movie was likely impossible to put anywhere in the real world. My best guess, though, is somewhere ...
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Is Wonder Woman also a speedster just like the Flash and Superman?

Wonder Woman's ability to bounce bullets off her bracelets requires her to have some superhuman reaction ability; she has to be able to recognize where the bullets are going and move her limbs to ...
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Trying to find the source of this image of Wonder Woman, ensnared amid flames, with a face hovering over her

That panel is from a page in Wonder Woman Vol 2 #87. The character ensnaring Wonder Woman there is a guy called Plasma.
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Does Wonder Woman ever get cold?

Well, there was a scene in an issue of Justice League of America, (vol. 1, from the late 1970s) written by Steve Englehart where Flash, Wonder Woman, and (I think) Batman were in a snowy area in some ...
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Have there ever been 25 or more stars on Wonder Woman's "panties"?

Aaah, the much awaited question about Wonder Woman! DCAU Certainly less: Justice League Animated Series: 6 Going by symmetry, the count should be 6 or at max 7. Wonder Woman (2009 film): ...
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Which comic book has this image of Wonder Woman carrying Superman and Batman?

the meme appears to have been created by the user @jarmainedesign on Twitter. The original panel was taken from Trinity #6. Here is the full page, and the next one: Click for full resolution You ...
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Plastic Man peeping on Wonder Woman?

This is JLA vol 1. #62. (Golden Perfect, Part I). Plastic Man disguises himself as a light fixture but gets called on it. Wonder Woman: Just wondering... If my body was the last thing you saw, ...
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Where was Diana during the events of Man of Steel?

The only reference that she has made is a vague statement she makes in Dawn of Justice: A hundred years ago I walked away from mankind. From a century of horrors. Man made a world where standing ...
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How do the Amazons like Wonder Woman avoid extinction if they live in an island with no men?

According to the DC wiki, the Amazons are immortal beings that were created to teach men the virtues of peace and love. So, at least in terms of the main comic continuity, the Amazons are indeed ...
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1970s Wonder Woman/Batman comic where they have to fight an evil Walt Disney

I suspect you're referring to Wade Dazzle, a Walt Disney analogue that appears in Wonder Woman Vol.1 #222 Note gumball guns.
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Why is there even an Amazon Princess?

Queen Hippolyta isn't guaranteed to live forever. Amazons are immortal in the sense that they have greatly slowed (or possibly static) aging after they physically mature to a certain point, but they ...
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Does Wonder Woman ever get cold?

In the DCAU - Justice League Unlimited: The Balance Diana and Shayera (Hawk Girl) have this exchange: Shayera Hol: Aren't you cold in that outfit? Wonder Woman: Not really. Shayera Hol: Of ...
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Does the Lasso of Truth compel one to speak the truth or what one "believes" to be the truth?

From Wonder Woman #755 (2020): This lasso only proves you're saying what you think is true. But you could be retelling an old lie. You want to believe the Amazons are above such an attack... but are ...
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Did William Marston mandate that Wonder Woman be continuously published for DC to retain rights to the character?

At one time it was true, but no more. Kurt Busiek clarified the issue (DC Comics Message Boards on 25 January 2005): They are no longer true, but they were true for a long time — as I understand it, ...
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When has Wonder Woman died?

Neron kills Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman Vol 2 #124. She's not 'Uncle Ben dead' which means she can be resurrected later as the new Goddess of Truth. General Steppenwolf kills the Wonder Woman from ...
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Which comic had Batman getting punched by Wonder Woman after he kissed her?

Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity (2003) Issue 3 Worried about her, Superman and Batman travel to Themyscira to see how Diana is doing. Breaking off the harness and gliding down, Batman finds ...
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Is New 52 Wonder Woman bullet-proof?

Given her power level upgrades, at least until the New 52, Wonder Woman SHOULD have been easily bulletproof, because in almost all other ways, she would have been as tough as Superman or Captain ...
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Is Wonder Woman also a speedster just like the Flash and Superman?

EDIT Something I completely forgot to mention that a buddy reminded is that Wonder Woman's bracelets are also limiting her abilities. So while wearing the Bracelets of Submission her abilities are ...
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Which was the comic in which Wonder Woman got married to a green alien/creature?

This is Wonder Woman #155 "I Married a Monster!" in which Wonder Woman is depicted (on the cover) marrying Mr. Monster She was genuinely persuaded to marry him after he defies the Amazonian Army and ...
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Does Wonder woman celebrate...or even HAVE...a Birthday?

According to the 1976 Super DC Calendar Diana Prince has her birthday on the 22nd of March.
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Has Wonder Woman ever gone rogue?

To the best of my knowledge, Wonder Woman has never spent a significant amount of time under the control of another being, nor has she been compelled to act in service of an evil person. This isn't ...
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When was the first time Wonder Woman defeated Ares?

The first time Ares (formerly known as Mars) fights Wonder Woman (albeit indirectly) is in Wonder Woman Vol 1 #1 from June, 1942. Ares can be seen behind Wonder Woman's head, with the speech bubble. ...
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Are there any stars at all on Wonder Woman's costume (or other Themysceriana) in the 2017 film?

Whilst not five pointed, there's a prominent star on Diana's inherited head piece. In Babylonian symbolism, the goddess Ishtar is represented by an eight-pointed starburst and she is associated ...
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Is Wonder Woman invincible?

Hardly. The DCEU Wonder Woman is a character surrounded by myth, legend and hyperbole. Unable to be killed? Not even close to the truth. Ares is an unreliable narrator. When modern Wonder Woman in ...
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Does the Lasso of Truth compel you to speak?

In the ORIGINAL comics, it wasn't a lasso of truth at all! Truth was just a side effect. In the early comics, the lasso compelled OBEDIENCE on anyone who was bound by it. Obviously, if Wonder ...
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Where is the "Wonder Woman dancing" scene from?

It's an outtake from Batman vs Superman, though I'm not sure where it was originally published. It looks like a photo shoot during the Batman vs Superman filming (it predates Wonder Woman) but I don't ...
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Has Wonder Woman ever used the Lasso of Truth on Brainiac?

She's used it on him on various occasions. There's no good indication that it does anything other than simply compel him to tell the truth. Justice League: No Justice #1 Kenner Super Powers ...
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